Ultrasonic energy introduced into a solution causes alternating patterns of low and high pressure phases. During the low pressure phase, bubbles or vacuum cavities form. In the subsequent high pressure phase, these bubbles implode violently. This is called cavitation. Cavitation provides an intense scrubbing action that leads to unsurpassed cleaning speed and consistency. Additionally, the bubbles are small enough to penetrate even microscopic crevices, cleaning them thoroughly and consistently. As a result, ultrasonic cleaning is one of the most effective and efficient methods you can use for cleaning a wide array of parts, without abrasive contact materials on your part's surface.
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